Ashlar Hall is a 19th century castle-like property in Memphis, Tennessee. Originally built and used as a private residence, the property was then turned in to a commercial building – housing a restaurant and nightclub.
Although it was added to the National Register of Historic Place in the mid 1980's, the castle fell in to disrepair as the above image (taken in 2012 shows). Since then however, Ashlar Hall has been rescued from decay with its external appearance significantly improved (see Streetview below).
Update March 2022: Despite being renovated, we are not aware of the current use for the castle.
Ashlar Hall is a privately owned property with no known current commercial operation.
As such, please respect the privacy of the owners.
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